California’s standard can be found in Cal/OSHA’s Title 8, Section 5193,
Exposure Control Plan for Bloodborne Pathogens. While the standard was
primarily aimed at hospitals, dental and medical offices, laboratories, nursing
homes, law enforcement agencies, emergency responders, and funeral
homes, anyone who can “reasonably expect to come in contact with blood
or other potentially infectious materials” (OPIM) as a result of their job, is
covered by the standard.
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